Brown Cow, Green Grass, Yellow Mellow Sun by Ellen Jackson

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This gentle story alerts readers of the variety of color found during a typical day on a small farm. Through engaging text and vivid illustrations, sculpted in 3-D recreations that nearly jump off the page, this innovative read-aloud is an appealing invitation to a brightly-rendered setting.
 

About Ellen Jackson

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ELLEN JACKSON was born and raised in southern California. As a teenager, she always wished her feet were small and delicate, and tried to cram them into shoes that were several sizes too small. Later, when she read the story of Cinderella to her kindergarten classes, she wondered how anyone could run in glass slippers, much less dance in them.Now the author of several books for children, Ellen lives in Santa Barbara, California, where she has gladly forgotten the recipes for dozens of ways to make tuna casserole. Raymond is an artist and illustrator who loves to create bright 3-D illustrations out of Sculpey.
 
Published April 17, 1995 by Hyperion. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Yellow mellow sunlight makes the green grass grow tall.

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The cow ate the green grass."" A boy milks the cow to get white milk, which he gives to his grandmother, who (while singing a song that reiterates the preceding sequence) churns it into yellow butter.

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